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20 January 1993 Coherent nuclear resonant optics for third-generation synchrotron radiation sources
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The insertion-device-based, third-generation, synchrotron radiation sources now under construction in Europe, the USA, and Japan bring new opportunities and challenges in the design and manufacture of x-ray optics. These high brightness sources provide new opportunities to overcome some of the outstanding problems associated with nuclear resonant monochromatization of synchrotron radiation. New methods such as polarizing monochromators, and zone plates provide alternative methods for production of (mu) eV-neV resolution in the hard x-ray regime. The design principles, and characterization, and performance of crystal monochromators and of nuclear coherent scattering optics, including Grazing Incidence Anti Reflection (GIAR) films, multilayers, zone plates, as well as single crystals are discussed.
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Ercan E. Alp, Timothy M. Mooney, Thomas S. Toellner, Hitoshi Homma, and Meiman Kentjana "Coherent nuclear resonant optics for third-generation synchrotron radiation sources", Proc. SPIE 1740, Optics for High-Brightness Synchrotron Radiation Beamlines, (20 January 1993); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.138692
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